Google AdWords Third Party Policy – Report a ViolationUse this form to report a violation of the Google third-party policy. Be sure to include any supporting information requested in the form. This information helps us identify and resolve violations faster. Don’t include any confidential or sensitive information about you or the third party. Accepted formats for supporting documents: PDF, DOC, DOCX, JPEG, JPG, GIF, TIF, TIFF Tell us about yourself. Name *Contact email *Your relationship with the third party *Which best describes your relationship with the third party?I am or was a client of the third party.I'm not a client of the third party, but I do use AdWords.I represent another third party.OtherYour AdWords customer IDLearn how to find your customer IDYour AdWords customer IDLearn how to find your customer ID. If you don't have access to your account, ask your account manager for your AdWords customer ID.List the website(s) that you advertise on AdWords. *Add additionalYour company's website *Please explain and provide as much information as possible. *Your privacy is very important to us. In some cases, sharing your website and/or AdWords customer ID with the third party may help us address the issue more effectively. However, we will only share this information if you give us permission to do so.I allow Google to share my website and/or AdWords customer ID with the third party if necessary, solely to more effectively address the issue.Help us identify the offending AdWords third party. Their Company Name *Their website(s): *Add additionalTheir contact email address(es) and/or phone number(s)Add additionalAre they a Google Partner? *Search for a company's Google Partners profileYesNoI don't knowTell us about the Google Third Party Policy violation. Read carefully and select all that apply. Describe each violation in as much detail as possible by including specific information such as when and how you were made aware of it, for example, through a phone conversation, email, the third party's website, etc.The third party isn't transparent about AdWords performance.Select all that apply.Third parties should, at minimum, provide clients with monthly data on AdWords costs, clicks and impressions at the account level.They provide inaccurate/misleading reports.OtherPlease upload one of the following: Invoice of payment made for services clearly showing the name of the third party and the client Copies of reports received from the third party Any other communication establishing that the third party managed your (or your client’s) AdWords account Any other documents that may indicate a violation of of the Google third-party policy The third party misrepresents its relationship with Google.The third party misrepresents Google products or their capabilities related to Google products.The third party engages in unclear, deceptive or harassing sales practices.The third party violates Google's branding guidelines.The third party improperly uses AdWords accounts.Select all that apply.If someone says they are from Google, ask them for their name and to email you from their Google.com email address.They claim to be Google employees.They claim to be contacting advertisers on behalf of Google.They falsely claim a Google third-party program status, for example, claiming to be a Google Partner or Premier Partner.They claim or imply to have a special working relationship or partnership with Google, including claims that Google gives them special pricing or access to special ad positions.They claim or imply that Google has certified their SEO techniques or claim that they can guarantee top website placements owing to their Partner Status.Select all that apply.Third parties must represent Google products accurately. For example, it’s not possible to guarantee permanent or specific ad positions on Google.com search results pages because ad position is determined by an auction and changes dynamically with every new search.They misrepresent how AdWords works (such as how costs are calculated).They guarantee top placements in Google or that ads will appear in Google Search at all times.They confuse search results and ads. (AdWords advertising has no impact on your organic or natural ranking in the search results; the two are completely separate.)They misrepresent free placement products, such as Google My Business, as pay-for-insertion products or they offer services in places where Google currently does not offer them.OtherSelect all that apply.Their sales practices are harassing or bullying in nature. They are cold-calling potential clients repeatedlyThey are not respecting an advertiser's marketing or email opt-out preferencesOtherSelect all that apply.They use Google brand features in a way that isn't consistent with Google's brand-usage guidelines.Their website domain contains a Google trademark. (Examples: www.topadwords.com or www.googleads.com).OtherSelect all that apply.They use AdWords accounts in a way that violates AdWords Policies. Report the violation using the ad feedback form. They erased or destroyed an advertiser's AdWords account without permission.OtherWhere did you observe the violation?Third party’s websiteEmailTelephonePlease provide the URL *Please provide a screenshot of the email clearly displaying the sender and receiver addresses *Please report this violation using the robocalls form instead.Please explain the violation and provide as much information as possible. *Please upload any file(s) that may help us in our investigation. (Examples: AdWords performance report sent by your third party, screenshots, etc.)Summary of the issue *Please be as detailed as possible.The content of your complaint may be shared with the offending AdWords third party. We won't share any other information unless you've given us permission to do so above. We may also contact you via email for more information.* Required fieldSubmitThanks for contacting AdWords Support! We'll send you a reply as soon as we can, typically within one business day.